I must be getting more sensitive to bad grammar in blog posts, email newsletters and other types of content marketing. These errors glare out from the content and totally distract me from the topic of interest. The sad truth is that these grammar mistakes are found in the material of some of the top content marketing authors.
Instagram is a fantastic platform for businesses and influencers to connect with an engaged audience. With the right images and captivating captions, businesses can stop scrollers in their tracks. However, accomplishing the latter is more challenging than one might think. Guest post by Wendy Dessler, Daily Cup of Tech
Is your website pulling its weight? As the hub of your online marketing, your website is the most important component of your web presence. The primary goal of your inbound marketing activities should be lead generation – driving more traffic to your website and then converting the traffic into leads.
Whether you choose to advertise on Facebook, focus on Google AdWords or branch out into other social media platforms, your ad needs to click through to a landing page. These landing pages are created specifically for that campaign and optimized to convert visitors into leads and ultimately into customers.
Any business owner that feels marketing is an expense and not an investment is probably going to have a difficult time keeping the business profitable. To be successful, you need to develop a mindset that views marketing as an important investment regardless of the state of the economy or other external factors.
If your business is using social media and content marketing to drive traffic and lead generation, you might be overlooking one of the most powerful tools in your arsenal. As a platform, LinkedIn offers unique marketing opportunities, especially for business-to-business marketers. Guest post by Wendy Dessler, Daily Cup of Tech
One of the hardest exercises for small business owners is to figure out where they should focus to grow their business. Business owners are sometimes afraid to focus for fear of leaving money on the table. But to try to be everything to everybody, you confuse your audience and never achieve your true purpose.